We all have a soft spot for an Italian classic and it's not too often you could buy a zero mileage Lambo. Well this is as good as it gets on a budget. With zero miles this 300km/h speedometer would strike a conversation at any home BBQ.
We cant deny that Commodore parts are getting harder to obtain. When was the last time you found a genuine NOS VN Group A owners manual? Yes its a lot of money but if your missing the original handbook an original blank is the next best thing.
When smoking was fashionable and manufacturers fitted ash trays to cars as standard. Honda was thinking ahead coming up with the "personal box" for the non smoker. It's essentially a red cloth insert liner for your car's ashtray creating a snazzy little drawer for storage in your car. The CRX unit shown is supposedly one of the hardest to find.
Yes Chrysler did develop and produce 55 turbine cars between 1962/64, they even let them loose on the roads the USA on a trial program. They never went into full production but the brochures and even the odd owner's manual do pop up for sale. Nine cars now remain after others were destoyed by manufacturer. What a great item from a bygone era.